Kolink Rocket Heavy and Stronghold Overseer
Acclaimed PC case manufacturer Kolink has just updated two of its popular products: the Rocket Heavy and Stronghold Overseer. As with all Kolink cases, they are characterised by elegent design and outstanding value for money.
Let's get heavy
The new Rocket Heavy maintains the 15.8L capacity of it predacor and its dimensions of 180 x 265 x 350 mm (W x H x D) puts it in the increasingly ubiquitous range of Small Form Factor (SFF) PC cases. However Kolink have added some unique features to differeniate the Rocket Heavy from the competition. These include an aluminium front panel with hexagonal-shaped inlets organised in a distinct geometry pattern. Not only do these serve to provide excellent ventilation but they add to the case's impressive angular aesthetic.
The Rocket Heavy is made for enthusiasts so it has, for instance, capacity for triple slot vertically mounted 340mm VGA cards. Additionally there is room for a 240mm radiator and a SFX-L PSU. Another premium feature is the inclusion of dual tempered glass side panels for a complete interior view.
The Kolink Stronghold Overseer is a great value ATX case, perfect for those looking for a high quality case but who also don't want to overspend. Out of the box it includes two 12cm PWM fans and there is space internally for 340mm VGA cards both horizontally, or vertically using a PCI-E riser cable (sold separately), 175mm CPU coolers and both 360mm radiators on the front panel, plus 280mm radiators on the top panel.
Aesthetic features of the Stronghold Overseer include an aluminium-effect front panel, which gives the case a clean and elegent look, as well as a tempered glass side panel, that enables users to display any components they've fitted internally.